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PVE Awards Scholarships

The Scholarship Committee offers limited financial assistance with scholarship grants to selected PVE employees seeking certificates of completion, credentials, or degrees. Since 2004, we have awarded 89 scholarships totaling about $115,800. Grants are made twice a year, once for the spring term and once for the fall term. We at... Read More >>

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A Middle Eastern Culinary Adventure

Seven PVE residents joined Jennifer de Leon, PVE’s executive administrative assistant, and our bus driver, David Oliver, on a wonderful bus trip to San Francisco. We traveled to Jannah Restaurant, which is located... Read More >>

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PVE Earns CARF Seal of Approval

For communities like PVE, Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation is an important seal of approval. Only ten percent of communities across the nation have earned this accreditation.... Read More >>

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April is Bocce Time

The PVE Bocce season starts tomorrow (April 14) in conjunction with our first continental breakfast of the year. We are looking forward to another terrific season. We have two courts this year and the games will be... Read More >>

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Be a Memory Keeper

What are you planning to leave your family, friends or schools? A solid remembrance such as cash, antiques, silver, gold, and other items are appreciated, but what does your family crave most? When speaking to family... Read More >>

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Passover Seder at PVE

Passover is one of the most widely celebrated Jewish holidays. It commemorates the biblical story of Exodus when Hebrew slaves were released from bondage in Egypt during the reign of the Pharaoh Ramses II. Passover is... Read More >>